This post was inspired by Zoie’s post, “I Am A Fake,” on her blog, TouchstoneZ. When I was pregnant with my second child, I would wake up before my three-year-old and try … Continue reading Faking It
The front-desk lady at the dance studio made my daughter cry. I was in the back observing ten minutes of a dance class I’m considering for our son (yes, this … Continue reading Regional Differences
My spouse decided this week to take advantage of a work discount program and get a smartphone, and I don’t like it. I have the Sanyo Katana flip phone I … Continue reading On Keeping My Dumb Phone
I’m going to let you in on a little secret: I’m average. I’m a regular mom, not a Supermom. I write and sing and play the flute, but I don’t … Continue reading How Can I Keep From Singing?
I was organizing library books in my four-year-old’s room while he dressed for bed the other night. I looked up from my task. He gave me an odd little smile … Continue reading My Son’s First Sports Bra
A little after six o’clock the other morning, I went out for my daily walk. I stepped out of the house and into thick fog. This was new. As I … Continue reading Fog